We are looking for an Art Director to be the final piece of the puzzle for our new game studio. You'll play a unique role in the initial game team and will be responsible for setting the look, feel and style of games and characters to come. You should be able to produce high quality 2D or 3D content on your own but also manage outsourcing to expand our art production.
We're not only looking for an experienced art director for our team, but a great person to become a core part of why and how we do things. You should love games but also believe in the transformative power of media, storytelling and greater-than-life digital experiences. You should be a supporting team player that looks for the success of the team rather than furthering your personal goals.
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Apply by sending your CV/LinkedIn together with a short intro to firstname.lastname@example.org, and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible. We accept applications until we’ve found our perfect match.
Who we are:
As a unique hybrid of a foundation and a game studio, backed by Supercell entrepreneurs and built by game developers, engineers and social scientists, Wondershop is committed to giving back to non-profit communities that advance social equity and inclusion among kids and youth.
We believe that everyone deserves an equal start in life, and that technology and games, when guided by social sciences, can help level the playing field. At best games are much more than just entertainment: they are adventures, educational experiences and springboards for friendships that transcend physical and societal boundaries. The sense of meaning, belonging and achievement unique to games is something any child can benefit from.
We’re developing a new kind of community game that brings the magic found in the digital realm into the real world. Our long-term vision is to scale our impact globally – to communities built and managed by us as well as, for example, schools, sports teams or even entire cities. Our aim is to create lasting, positive impact among kids, youth and families. And we don’t want these to just be ceremonial words, which is why we always measure the impact created by our projects. Being able to understand the impact that our games have on kids is as crucial as creating a game that kids will love.